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August 12, 2007
Tony Snow
White House Press Secretary
Tony Snow BIO:
President Bush named Tony Snow White House Press secretary in April 2006. He replaced outgoing spokesman Scott McClellan.

· FOX News – Joined network in 1996
    — Host of FOX News Sunday (1996-2003), the FOX Broadcasting network’s Sunday morning public affairs program. He interviewed numerous world leaders, including National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice; Secretary of State Colin Powell; Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld; Sen. Minority Leader Tom Daschle, D-S.D.; Sen. Joseph Lieberman, D-Conn.; Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf; and former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
    — Host of FOX News Talks' "The Tony Snow Show," and of Weekend Live with Tony Snow.
    — Served as an FNC political analyst and contributed to the network’s political and election news coverage.
· Nationally syndicated columnist with The Detroit News (1993-2001)
· Columnist for USA Today (1994-2000)
· Editorial writer at The Virginian-Pilot in Norfolk, VA
· Editorial page editor of The Daily Press in Newport News, VA
· Deputy editorial page editor of The Detroit News
· Editorial page editor of The Washington Times.
· In 1991, he took a sabbatical from his job as editorial page editor at The Washington Times to work in the White House for President George H. W. Bush. He first served as the deputy assistant to the president for communications and director of speechwriting, and later as deputy assistant to the president for media affairs.
· · His career in journalism began in 1979 when he was an editorial writer for The Greensboro Record in North Carolina.

Bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Davidson College in Davidson, North Carolina.

He grew up in Cincinnati. Married and has a son & two daughters.

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Info: Tony Snow discusses the press, the Bush presidency, and his battle with cancer.

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